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Реконструктор Дуг Фаллингтон. Doug Fullington

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Doug Fullington
Education Programs Manager and Assistant to the Artistic Director

Doug Fullington was named Education Programs Manager of Pacific Northwest Ballet in 2005 and Assistant to Artistic Director Peter Boal in 2006. He is responsible for developing PNB’s audience education programs and overseeing the Company’s Outreach programs. Mr. Fullington is also on the consulting staff of Pacific Northwest Ballet School as dance historian. He has been with the PNB since 1995, working first as a pianist for Pacific Northwest Ballet School (1995–1997), then as Executive Assistant to Artistic Directors Kent Stowell and Francia Russell (1997–2000) and also as Lecturer (2001–2005). As a dance historian, Mr. Fullington is a fluent reader of Stepanov notation, a classical ballet notation system developed in Russia and used in the Imperial Theatres, St. Petersburg, between about 1985 and 1915. In 2000, he contributed reconstructed dances to the Bolshoi Ballet’s revival of Marius Petipa’s The Daughter of Pharaoh, and in 2004, he reconstructed Petipa’s Le jardin animé for Pacific Northwest Ballet School. He mostly recently reconstructed 25 dances from Petipa’s Le Corsaire for the Bavarian State Ballet. His writings on the Stepanov notations have been published in Ballet Alert!, Ballet Review, Dance View and Dancing Times. In 2000, he was named a principal researcher for The George Balanchine Foundation’s “Popular Balanchine” project. Mr. Fullington is also a professional musician. In 1993, he founded the Tudor Choir, a professional vocal ensemble based in Seattle which he continues to direct. Doug can be reached at 206.441.2445 or dougf@pnb.org.




Прямой эфир: 23 февр. 2014 г.
Pacific Northwest Ballet dancers and dance historian Doug Fullington present excerpts from the works of 19th-century French ballet master Marius Petipa. Revived from century-old dance notation, selections from Petipa's famed La Bayadère and Le Roi Candaule, as well as his staging of the swashbuckler Le Corsaire, will be accompanied by two violinists performing period scores in the traditional rehearsal medium of 19th-century St. Petersburg.



Опубликовано: 31 мая 2012 г.
Many ballets are credited with choreography "after Petipa," but what does that mean? In After Petipa, presented by Works & Process at the Guggenheim on May 13 and 14, 2012, Pacific Northwest Ballet's Education Programs Manager and dance historian Doug Fullington and company dancers took a fascinating look at three famous classical duets—the Black Swan pas de deux from Swan Lake, and the Blue Bird pas de deux and Grand pas de deux from The Sleeping Beauty—to explore how they have evolved over time.



Опубликовано: 30 сент. 2015 г.
George Balanchine choreographed his acclaimed Harlequinade in the spirit of Marius Petipa, in whose Les Millions d’Harlequinade he danced as a student. On September 20 and 21, dancers from New York City Ballet and Pacific Northwest Ballet and PNB education programs manager and dance scholar Doug Fullington joined Works & Process for an exploration of Balanchine’s Harlequinade, a masterful two-act ballet in the commedia dell’arte style. Excerpts were performed prior to the October New York City Ballet performances.


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